“Modern Family” actress Julie Bowen decided to go ‘all-black everything’ for the evening in a nappa leather “Diabla” cap sleeve sheath dress from the UK label Gomez-Gracia. Julie wore a pair of black peep toe pumps, but I think cool strappy platform sandals would have played off the edgy vibe of the dress much more. She’s also carrying a satin Christian Louboutin clutch.
I love her low ponytail with the light volume at the crown of her hair along with her gold hoop earrings featuring a diamond shaped black charm.
Miley Cyrus skipped out on the red carpet, but there’s no way one of The Trevor Project’s biggest supporters would miss the event all together. The 19-year-old singer hit the stage to perform her song “The Climb” while donned in a gorgeous beaded bronze metallic long-sleeve “Dayal” cocktail dress by designer Farah Angsana. This dress is so gorgeous and Miley’s long honey-colored wavy tendrils looked fabulous with the color and cut of the dress.
I really wish she had walked the carpet to show off her look from head-to-toe.
Kat Dennings embraced her star power in this starry printed long-sleeve black mini dress by Dolce&Gabbana. This was a fun, not-so-simply chic dress that Kat played up with “Implant” pumps by Ruthie Davis. Loose wavy hair and bright pink lips completed her look.
Rashida Jones was lovely in a Spring 2008 floral printed black and purple sleeveless dress by Elie Saab. I love the flounce skirt and fun print; it’s not your everyday show stopper of a Saab look, but it definitely made an impact for me that night. Rashida left her dark brown hair straight and sleek. I like her nude and black t-strap pumps, but I’m really disappointed with the pairing of them with this dress. An all black shoe or a style with purple incorporated would have been the preferred selection for me.